Courses and Lecture Sections
We have resources for students in all lectures of Chemistry 103, Chemistry 104,
and Chemistry 108, and we provide support in some lecture sections of
Chemistry 343 and Chemistry 345.
During fall 2014 we are working with Chemistry
103 (lecture 1, Zelewski; lecture 2, Hooker; lecture 3, Hooker; lecture 4, Sibert; lecture 5, Zelewski; lecture 6, Block), Chemistry 104 (lecture 1, Cavagnero; lecture 2, Moore), Chemistry 108 (lecture 1, Larson), Chemistry 343 (lecture 1, Martin; lecture 2, Martin), and Chemistry 345 (lecture 1, Frazee; lecture 3, Frazee).
Unfortunately because of limited resources, we are not working with
Chemistry 109 (lecture 1, Keutsch; lecture 2, Keutsch; lecture 3, Goldsmith), Chemistry 115 (lecture 1, Yethiraj), Chemistry 341 (lecture 1, Bowman), Chemistry 343 (lecture 3, Esselman; lecture 4, Burke; lecture 5, Bowman), and Chemistry 345 (lecture 2, Andrew). We also do not work with other chemistry courses (e.g., inorganic, analytical, or physical chemistry).
We welcome as many students as we can, but do not have resources to assist all
students. Though it is helpful to sign up early, our program does not
function on a first-come first-serve basis. Program eligibility is
usually determined by an interview with a staff member. (more on
Most students sign up by dropping by (Room B311 of the Chemistry Building) without an
appointment between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm. Feel free to give us a call (265-5497)
beforehand if you wish to make sure the staff member working in your lecture
section will be around when you come by. You can also complete the paperwork
if that staff member isn't around - he/she will contact you shortly thereafter.